Great Investors

Mark Headley: Asian Giants at a Turning Point?

March 22, 2013

China, which was struggling to fend off an economic hard landing just last year, has recovered. Japan, which has been stuck in a twenty-plus year trap of deflation and stagnant growth has a new Prime Minister who is determined to stimulate inflation and growth. Both nations have seen their stock markets rally in recent months after an extended period of underperformance for China and several decades of terrible performance for Japan. On WEALTHTRACK Premium this week we are exploring the investment potential in China and Japan with a true Asian market pro. Continue Reading »

Mark Yockey: A Great Investor with a Contrarian Streak

February 22, 2013

Morningstar International Stock Fund Manager of the Year winner, Artisan International Fund’s Mark Yockey, discusses his contrarian picks and how he is finding sustainable growth in Japanese tobacco and automobile companies, Chinese internet and insurance firms, and global beer companies. Continue Reading »

Bill Miller: Where is he investing now?

February 8, 2013

A TV exclusive with legendary value investor Bill Miller. The only mutual fund manager to beat the S&P 500 for 15 years in a row, Miller’s Legg Mason Capital Management Opportunity Fund was the number one mutual fund last year. Where is he investing now? Find out! Continue Reading »

BRUCE BERKOWITZ: IGNORE THE CROWD

October 12, 2012

“Ignore the crowd” is the motto of this week’s Great Investor guest and Fairholme Fund’s Bruce Berkowitz.  Berkowitz, who rarely sits for television interviews, said on WEALTHTRACK that he had his work cut out for himself, defending Fairholme Fund’s losing record last year. Continue Reading »

David Winters:The Optimist Portfolio Manager

October 5, 2012

Central bankers are clearly worried about global growth. From the U.S., to Europe, to Asia, we have seen unprecedented levels of easing in recent weeks. By independent research firm ISI Group’s count, there have been more than 250 stimulative policy initiatives announced over the past 13 months. The firm also points out that we are less than 100 days from the famous fiscal cliff in the U.S., when numerous Bush era tax cuts expire and automatic spending cuts take effect if Congress and the White House can’t reach a budget compromise. If they don’t, estimates are that GDP growth could be reduced by as much as 3.5%, sending the economy into recession. Continue Reading »

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